Thursday, 23. November 2017, Norwich, Happy Mondays 30th Anniversary Twenty Four Hour Party People

from 23. November 2017 - 19:30 till 23:00
Norwich
United KingdomNorwichUnion of UEA Students, University of East AngliaNR4 7TJ
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37 people attending
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UEA Students’ Union Present



HAPPY MONDAYS

30th Anniversary

Twenty Four Hour Party People – Greatest Hits Tour

With support from Jon Dasilva



The LCR, Norwich UEA

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Thursday 23rd November 2017

Doors 7.30pm

Curfew 11.00pm



£29.50 Advance



HAPPY MONDAYS ANNOUNCE ‘24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE – GREATEST HITS TOUR’

Manchester’s legendary Happy Mondays have announced a twenty-five date tour of the UK and Ireland for November and December 2017. The ‘Twenty Four Hour Party People – Greatest Hits Tour’ announcement comes on the eve of the 30 th anniversary of the Happy Mondays’ debut album ‘Squirrel and G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic **** Carnt Smile (White Out)’.

Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder said, “I am really looking forward to the ‘Mondays’ shows leading up to Christmas 2017. We're performing better than ever and I love getting together with the band, blasting out all our great tunes we've made together over the decades. It's gonna be great.” Bez, the group’s dancer and percussionist, added, “Just as I thought it was all over, the party's starting again. Look forward to seeing you all.”

The tour will begin on Tuesday, 14th November at Bristol’s O2 Academy and will end on Saturday, 23rd December at Glasgow’s O2 Academy. A ticket pre-sale will begin at 10.00am on Wednesday, 15 March, with tickets going on general sale at 10.00am on Friday 17th March.

Wednesday, 26. April 2017, Portsmouth, Making the world a safer place one byte at a time

from 26. April 2017 - 18:00 till 19:00
Portsmouth
United KingdomPortsmouth
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Inaugural lecture by Jim Briggs, Professor of Informatics, University of Portsmouth

Professor Jim Briggs will talk about his career as a computer scientist: solving tricky real-world problems and helping to improve the ways people use information technology. One of the recurring themes of Professor Briggs’ career is how technology (and in particular information technology) can help make the world safer for people to live and work in. His inaugural lecture will cover various aspects of safety, from that of an individual to that of whole nations in disciplines ranging from sports to aerospace and the defence industry to healthcare.
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